New York: Wilfred Funk, 1952. 373p., second printing, dj. Mexican-American subject.
"Here is the inside story of Judge Harold R. Medina, from his earliest childhood days to those nine bitter months of 1949 when he presided over the world-famous trial of the 11 Communists. It tells the previously unrevealed behind-the-scenes secrets of the Red conspiracy to destroy the judge. Of the cold-blooded plan to harass his mind, wreck his health, and how nearly this was accomplished." - dj.